Medicine Ball Rotational Chest Pass

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Medicine Ball Rotational Chest Pass

Each exercise should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop this exercise.

Beginning

Beginning Chest Pass

Your feet should be shoulder width apart and pointed straight ahead. With both hands at chest level and elbows flexed, hold a medicine ball. Contract your glutes and rapidly and explosively spin your body toward the wall, rotating your rear leg as you do so.

Movement

Chest Pass Movement

1. Start off standing tall with your back straight, shoulders back, and chest out. Your feet should be about shoulder width apart.

2. You will be holding a medicine ball with both of your arms up by one of your shoulders.

3. Rotate with your hips and throw the medicine ball across your body with just one arm. The other arm is there to guide the ball so that it doesn’t fall.

4. Allow your back toe to pivot while you throw the medicine ball.

5. Repeat.

Benefits

Chest Pass Benefits

The medicine ball chest pass is a total-body exercise that primarily focuses the chest while also targeting the abs, biceps, forearms, lats, and quads to a lesser extent.

Exercise Aliases

Medicine Ball Rotation Chest Pass, 1 Arm Medicine Ball Chest Pass, How do I Perform a Medicine Ball Rotational Chest Pass, How to Exercise with the 1 Arm Medicine Ball Chest Pass.

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